Industrial IoT Platform Market

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The manufacturing sector is going through an exciting time. Technology trends are changing the way consumers buy products. Manufacturers are keen to stay ahead and remain competitive as some are struggling to keep up. By connecting localized systems using sensors, managers can get a complete view of their plant and optimize operations. Implementing industrial IoT is not about changing a firm’s operational technology, but reaping incremental improvements and utilizing existing infrastructure. The study includes detailed market analysis, key drivers and restraints, Proof of Concept projects, and important opportunities, along with vendor analysis.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
Market Engineering Measurements
CEO’s Perspective
2. Market Overview
Research Methodology
Geographic Coverage
Greater China
Southeast Asia
South Korea
Embedding New Technology in Industry-specific Activities
The Fourth Industrial Revolution
Nexus of New Technology Transforming Industries
Cloud and Software-defined Paradigm
Big Data Analytics
Internet of Things
Mobility and Mobile Applications
IoT Vs M2M
IoT Market Segmentation
Position of Cloud Platforms in the IoT Ecosystem
IIoT Cloud Platform Ecosystem
IIoT Cloud Platform Ecosystem—Overview
IIoT Cloud Platform Ecosystem—Definitions
IIoT Platform Taxonomy
Key Participants in the Ecosystem
Edge Devices
IoT Device Gateways
IoT Cloud Platforms
Other Platforms
IIoT Evolution
3. External Challenges—Drivers and Restraints
Market Drivers
Improving efficiency
Reducing downtime and maximizing revenue
Identification of historical patterns
New business models
Market Restraints
Service availability and IT security
Lack of common protocols or standards
Large investments
4. Total IIoT Platform Market
Revenue Forecast
Vendor Breakdown
5. APAC Market Analysis
Australia Market
Supporting the Breadbasket of Asia
Data Brokerage for Commodity Traders
IIoT to Help Mining Sector Growth
China Market
Regional Competition in Manufacturing
Competition Among Other Manufacturers
Government’s ‘Made in China 2025’ to Support Manufacturing
Technology and IIoT as a Key Enablers
Malaysia and Indonesia Market
Oil & Gas in Southeast Asia
Use of IIoT to maintain operations
Thailand Market
Manufacturing in Southeast Asia
IoT for Improving Agriculture
Japan Market
Manufacturing Supported by Automation and Technology
High-value Agriculture
Singapore Market
Manufacturing as Top Priority for the Country
Strong Government Drive
Singapore Equipped to Lead in IIoT Awareness
6. IIoT—Trends
IIoT—Key Use Cases
Remote Monitoring to Provide Real-time View of Operations
Predictive Maintenance to Reduce Downtime
Data to Enable Better Decision Making
New Business Models—Michelin Transforming Itself and Disrupting its Own Industry
Connected Production Process with Supply Chain Optimization
Energy Efficiency
Certification, Regulatory Compliance, and Sustainability
IIoT—Industry Evolution
IIoT—Other Benefits
Remote Control and Hazardous Environments
Physical Accessibility
Indirect Benefits
Macro-economic Benefits
High-value Job Creation
Vendors Moving into IIoT from Differing Perspectives
IT Vendor Perspective
OT Vendor Perspective
7. Everything can be Delivered through the Cloud
Why are Cloud Platforms Powerful in IIoT?
Service Elasticity, Scalability, and Payment Flexibility
Edge Device Connectivity
Data Storage
Centralized Analysis
Easy User Access to Command and Control and Insights
8. Proof of Concept Projects
Value of a Proof of Concept project
Starting from a Proof of Concept
POC to Demonstrate Value
Replicating and Expanding to an Implementation Project
Incorporating Cyber-physical Systems
Stages of IIoT Adoption
Proof of Concept
Implementation of a Connected Line
Connected Factory of Multiple Lines
Factory Connected to Ecosystem
Multi-factory Integration
First Steps for Trials
Easy Pilots and Trials
Analytics as the First Step
Real-time Remote Monitoring
Predictive Maintenance as the Next Step
9. IIoT—Opportunities
Opportunities in IIoT
Opportunities for OT Vendors
Opportunities for IT Vendors
Industrial Operators’ Key Considerations
Need for Consistent Availability
Quality of Connectivity
Building with Future Updates in Mind
Deployment Flexibility
Importance of Security in a World of Converged IT and OT
Large Investments Required to Re-tool and Revamp Existing Plants and Machines
Moving Forward Using Existing Equipment
10.   IIoT Platform—Vendor Analysis
Definition of IoT Platform Categories
Measurement Scale Definitions
Vendor Assessment Table
Bosch IoT Suite
Fujitsu Human-centric IoT
GE Predix
IBM Watson IoT Platform
Lumada by Hitachi
Microsoft Azure IoT Suite
Oracle IoT Cloud Service
PTC ThingWorx
SAP HANA Cloud Platform for the IoT
11. The Last Word
3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
12. Appendix
Abbreviations and Acronyms Used
Market Engineering Methodology


List of Figures & Charts

1. Total IIoT Market: Key Market Drivers, APAC, 2016–2020
2. IIoT Market: Key Market Restraints, APAC, 2016–2020

1. Total IIoT Platform Market: Market Engineering Measurements, APAC, 2015
2. Total IIoT Platform Market: Revenue Forecast, APAC, 2015–2020
3. Total IIoT Platform Market Breakdown by Revenue, APAC, 2015

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